Meetings, conferences and exhibits
on the themes of architecture,
design, economics and building
Watch the Press Cafés free webinars: 19 conversations between leading magazines editors and major figures from the world of architecture and design.
The conversations will touch on various topics, from the new design of architectural spaces following the Covid emergency, to sustainability, to the theme of design and color, to that of bathroom furnishings and wellness.
building, dwelling, thinking
On Wednesday 16 December Ángela García de Paredes (Paredes Pedrosa Arquitectos) and Fuensanta Nieto (Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos), hold a conference in which the projects of the two famous practices with offices in Madrid and Berlin have been illustrated.
The World's Best
Short video messages by Italian and international personalities
speaking of the topics of this time, of future perspectives and of Cersaie.
The Experience - From our archives
Cersaie invites you to explore the archives of its cultural programme "building, dwelling, thinking".
10 appointments in 10 weeks to attend conferences which go from the Keynote Lectures to conferences given by international architects, from conferences about environment sustainability to those dedicated to the link between architecture and society.
Watch the videos here ↓
Keynote Lecture by Kazuyo Sejima • Matthias Sauerbruch • Solano Benitez • Sean Godsell • Diébédo Francis Kéré • Emilio Ambasz and Attilio Stocchi • Donna. Architetto. • Grafton Architects • The place of sound • Architecture of tolerance
Women at work: LE ARCHITETTRICI
What does it mean today, to be a woman and a professional?
A digital mini-series that addresses the issue of gender in the context of a profession that has long been considered the prerogative of the male world.
Three live streaming interviews with three established female figures from the world of architecture: Elisabetta Trezzani, Patricia Viel and Benedetta Tagliabue, with the special participation of the writer Melania Mazzucco.
Here and now.
Conversations between Francesco Dal Co and Toyo Ito, Renzo Piano, Smiljan Radic, Norman Foster, Eduardo Souto De Moura and Frank Gehry.
While these spontaneous and fascinating conversations focus principally on architecture and design, they also explore related fields and offer unique insights into the contemporary world.
Real cafés operated by leading Italian home and lifestyle magazines.
Informal meeting places for topical discussions between journalists from specialist publications and architects and industrial designers.
Aimed at architects, designers, students and home design enthusiasts.
To keep abreast of the latest issues in interior design.
This is the most technical area of Cersaie and is devoted to the installation of ceramic tiles and slabs.
It hosts educational seminars and practical demonstrations of the latest techniques and standards regarding the installation of ceramic tile, a material that has been profoundly transformed by recent technological developments.
Aimed at tile layers, architects, designers and students.
To keep up to date with the latest developments in tile laying techniques.
The new Contract Hall will host major architectural firms specialising in the contract design sector, who will illustrate their activities and forge new relationships.
Aimed at investors, contract professionals and suppliers of new materials.
To develop new relationships and business contacts.
In this programme, selected international groups of architecture, interior design and contract design firms are invited to Cersaie.
Its aim is to promote international awareness of the products presented at Cersaie and to facilitate contacts and business relations with exhibiting companies.
To facilitate networking between exhibitors and international visitors.
This programme organises initiatives reserved for students during Cersaie, including conferences, seminars and visits to the stands.
It is aimed at high school students.
To inform students about the latest developments in the world of home design and to guide them in their future educational and work choices.